News & Politics
Philadelphia Federation of Teachers reaches tentative agreement with school district on one-year contract extension
The deal comes months before what was expected to be a summer of tense contract negotiations.
The city’s reparations task force is expected to announce board members this month
Interviews & Profiles
The PEA board chair talks Philadelphia energy programs and the future of production
Her early personnel and policy decisions have advocates questioning if the city will see more of the same
The federal funding comes amid SEPTA’s financial struggles and transit funding discussions in Harrisburg
City officials are tackling the issue amid legislative inaction at the state level
The federal grant funding will be used to make energy efficiency improvements in terminals
The president of Philadelphia City Council makes the case for why state legislators must finally make progress on this key threshold.
The governor proposed a $283 million increase in transit funding statewide
Facing eviction, the historic vessel known as "America's Flagship" is in need of a new home.
After completing his own turnaround, City Council President Kenyatta Johnson looks to do the same for Philadelphia
The Second District councilmember stepped into the role of council president 14 months after he was acquitted in a federal bribery trial
Councilmember Rue Landau pushes to modernize Philly’s search for solutions
City Council’s first legislative session under President Kenyatta Johnson made timeliness a top priority
Urban forestry initiatives have begun benefitting underserved communities
News & Politics
Act 40 requires a special prosecutor be appointed to oversee criminal activity taking place near SEPTA
Sabir now leads the three-member board in charge of the city’s elections and voter registration
Five things to know about Ramanan Raghavendran, a University of Pennsylvania alumnus who cofounded investment firm Amasia.
Famous Philadelphians who might be deserving of a city sculpture